Friday, May 5, 2017

Vital Health Foods Offers Healthier Food Choices For the Community

Vital Health Foods is like an Oasis of Natural and Organic Products
While many people believe Blacks and people of color are primarily consumers of junk food and less healthy soul food, increasingly it is obvious more of us want healthier food choices.  The Greater Jamaica/Southeast Queens area, is an indication of the growing health food trends in our area and across the country.

Larger supermarket chains in our area are carrying some healthier food options like organic produce, non-GMO foods, and other natural products.

However, local residents need not to go searching through larger food chains to find and discover high quality top shelf health foods, organic products, and things like fresh squeezed juices.  Vital Health Foods, a community based business, offers an amazing array of organic and natural foods.

The health food store not only is well stocked with natural, organic, and non-GMO products it boasts a great juice bar and also has hot foods like great veggie patties, sandwiches, and burgers.  Vital's staff is very knowledgeable in the health stores products and supplements. It also has freezers for select frozen organic vegetables.  It also carries organic cereals, pastas, snacks and much more.

Vital Health Foods, is a hidden treasure and an oasis of health foods in our community.  If you would like to eat healthy while supporting a community based business with excellent products Vital Health Foods, has a wide selection of foods, a knowledgeable staff, and excellent service.  You'll also love their awesome juice bar and hot foods.  If you haven't give them a visit.

Vital Foods has a wide selection of vitamins, supplements, and a knowledgeable staff

Vital Health Foods also carries healthy topical products and hygienic products

The Incredible Juice Bar at Vital Health Foods

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